Tottenham Hotspur Announces Clinova As Official Sports Drink and Hydration Supplier.

Clinova, the makers of O.R.S., signs supply agreement with Tottenham Hotspur.

 

Tottenham Hotspur today (6th October 2016) announced that Clinova, the UK based global consumer healthcare company, will become the Club’s Official Sports Drinks/Hydration Supplier.

As the exclusive global sports drink supplier, Clinova will provide the innovative product O.R.S to all of the Club’s teams and medical staff. The O.R.S. products are soluble hydration tablets based on a scientifically balanced formula of glucose; electrolytes and minerals, which allows for optimal hydration when added to water. The product help you win including in the past helping Saracens win the TREBLE in the first season they used O.R.S Hydration Tablets and the European Cup in the second season, Middlesex won the county championships in the first season using O.R.S Hydration Tablets and Leeds Rhinos won the TREBLE in the first season they used O.R.S Hydration Tablets and Ireland won back to back six nation championships in the first 2 seasons using O.R.S Hydration Tablets.

As the exclusive global sports drink supplier, Clinova will provide the innovative product O.R.S to all of the Club’s teams and medical staff. The O.R.S. products are soluble hydration tablets based on a scientifically balanced formula of glucose; electrolytes and minerals, which allows for optimal hydration when added to water.

Arsalan Karim, Director of Research and Development for Clinova: “Tottenham Hotspur is one of the leading football clubs in the world and our new agreement with them places Clinova and our O.R.S product firmly at the elite level in professional football. We are excited to work closely with Spurs’ medical team to show how O.R.S can enhance player performance and to innovate and develop other products together in the future.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Clinova

Clinova is a global consumer healthcare company that develops innovative, cost-effective and efficacious products. The company, based in the UK, has a specific strategy for penetrating the fast-growing Middle East, Asia-Pacific, South America and African Markets. Within its diverse product portfolio, Clinova has four brands: O.R.S., Magastic, Repelsect and WAYK.

Premier League side, Burnley FC use O.R.S Hydration Tablets

Premier League football team Burnley FC have welcomed O.R.S. Hydration Tablets to their team. Burnley FC have found that by incorporating O.R.S into their hydration guidelines during training and on match days, it ensures their players’ performance is better. Burnley FC won 2-0 against Liverpool on August 21st 2016, and used O.R.S to stay hydrated and focused on the pitch throughout.

Maintaining hydration levels is an essential part of a player’s nutritional guidelines, as a 2-3% reduction in body mass via water loss can result in a higher incidence of injuries and cramp. These tablets are used by professional athletes around the world due to the scientifically balanced formulation combined with its great taste. O.R.S is designed to meet the hydration demands of performance and is an excellent aid to deal with the demands of physical exercise.

We are pleased to be working with Burnley FC and wish them the very best for the rest of the season.

Clinova and Saracens continue successful partnership

Clinova, the UK based global consumer healthcare company are relishing their on-going partnership with the London-based Rugby Club. In the first season Saracens endorsed Clinova’s flagship product O.R.S, they not only retained their status as domestic champions but also lifted the European Champions Cup. A landmark achievement made only sweeter by the fact that their international campaign was faultless, making them the first team to win a European cup without losing a game.

Through this strategic partnership, Clinova supplied the team’s medical staff with the innovative product O.R.S. The effervescent hydration tablets are a scientifically balanced formula of glucose; electrolytes and minerals, which allow for optimal hydration when added to water.

 

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O.R.S Hydration Tablets named as Official Sports Hydration Tablet to Prudential RideLondon

Clinova, the makers of O.R.S, the soluble hydration tablets, today announced a three-year agreement as official supplier to the 2016 Prudential RideLondon beginning this year. Prudential RideLondon, the world’s greatest festival of cycling, will see more than 100,000 participants cycle in events over the weekend of 30-31 July 2016.

“We are really proud to be the official Sports Hydration Partners of Prudential RideLondon,” says John Honey, Chief Strategy Officer for Clinova. “We already work with a number of elite athletes in a variety of different sports, but are particularly excited to be involved with an event such as Prudential RideLondon and believe that the cyclists taking part will benefit from O.R.S Hydration Tablets.”

“We can confidently say that O.R.S Hydration Tablets will optimise the fluid balance of the cyclists involved in Prudential RideLondon,” says Yasmin Badiani, Physiotherapist and Head of O.R.S Sport at Clinova. “Staying hydrated is essential for all cyclists, as even low levels of dehydration can have a significant impact on your performance; both mentally and physically.

“It’s really important to train using the product that you’ll be given on the day of the event, which is why we are giving all Prudential RideLondon cyclists 30 per cent off all O.R.S Hydration Tablets from www.ors.uk.com using the discount code RL2016.”

As part of the agreement, O.R.S. Hydration Tablets will be available on the route of the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46 and at Festival Zones during Prudential RideLondon FreeCycle. O.R.S. will also be at the Cycling Show at ExCeL London, the perfect show for connecting and inspiring cyclists of all ages and abilities.

“We are looking forward to working with O.R.S over the next three years,” said Hugh Brasher, Event Director for Prudential RideLondon.

“O.R.S. has been extremely popular with a wide range of sports and this partnership means that the cycling community will now be able to benefit from the products.”

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Read more about cycling hydration tablets in this article.

How well do different drinks hydrate you?

Just what the Doctor ordered…

Dehydration and rehydration are important factors to maintain both health and performance. People choose to hydrate in a number of different ways after exercise – whether it be water, a sports drink, Oral Rehydration Solution (ORS) or milk. This study carried out by Runners World looked at which of these drinks stays in the body the longest and therefore hydrates you more effectively.

The results? Oral Rehydration Solution is the most hydrating drink due to the sodium and glucose content.

Clinova’s O.R.S® hydration tablets contain a combination of glucose, salts and electrolyte’s and help replenish the body of water and salts that have been lost through sweat.

 

A new “hydration index” tests how fast water, juice, beer, milk, coffee and other drinks pass through your system.

 

Not all drinks take the same amount of time to reach your bladder. This fact, a team of researchers write in a recent American Journal of Clinical Nutrition article, “is of real clinical and practical benefit in situations in which free access to fluids is limited or when frequent breaks for urination are not desirable.”

Sounds a lot like a long run, doesn’t it?

As it turns out, there are a lot of factors that affect how quickly you pee out a given drink. For example, drinks with lots of calories or electrolytes tend to be retained in the body for longer, while diuretics like caffeine and alcohol speed things along. How much you drink at a time also has an influence. And despite all the folk-wisdom out there, there’s very little actual data comparing different drinks.

To address this gap, researchers led by the University of Loughborough’s Ron Maughan, along with colleagues from Bangor University and the University of Stirling, recruited 72 subjects to test 13 different drinks (each subject tested water plus three other drinks). At each testing session, the subjects drank a liter of the chosen beverage, then collected all their urine for the next four hours.

The result is a “beverage hydration index” that compares how much of the drink was retained after two hours compared to a liter of water. (They used two hours because most of the urine had been passed by then, and it represents a more realistic time interval between drinks than four hours.)

So, without further ado, here’s the data:

A higher bar indicates more fluid retained. The dashed line represents twice the coefficient of variation away from water, meaning you can be relatively confident it’s a real effect above that line.

So milk stays in the body, presumably because of its calorie or potassium content. The same is true (barely) for orange juice. Oral rehydration solution stays in, thanks to its calories and sodium.

The biggest surprise? Neither beer nor coffee nor tea seem to produce significantly more urine, though coffee is marginally the lowest value on the index. One possibility is that the diuretic effects of alcohol in beer are counterbalanced by its retention-promoting calories. That’s supported by a previous study that compared regular and alcohol-free beer and found that regular beer triggered 12 percent more urine. Larger doses of caffeine or alcohol might get things flowing more noticeably, the researchers point out.

O.R.S app launched at Wired Health 2016

The O.R.S app launch at the Wired Health conference was a big success. Our team successfully demonstrated the app to hundreds of attendees, and we got great feedback from a very qualified group of people.

You can download the app for both Android and iPhone from Google Play and the App Store, respectively.

 

Highlights from the Wired Health Conference 2016:

Clinova Sponsor of British Polo Day 2016 Abu Dhabi and Dubai

Clinova is pleased to be sponsoring the British Polo Day 2016 in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. The teams use O.R.S to ensure they can remain at the top of their game, even in the hottest of conditions. Clinova’s O.R.S hydration tablets contain a combination of glucose, salts and electrolyte’s and help replenish the body of water and salts that have been depleted. O.R.S Hydration tablets are designed for a variety of users including people who lose excess fluid, professional and recreational athletes and visitors to hot/tropical countries.

New O.R.S app to launch at Wired Health on 29 April

Mark your calendar for 29 April, when the O.R.S app is launched at the London WIRED Health conference.

The brand new app will be beneficial for everyone from top-level athletes to walkers. Simply input the activity you are undertaking, how long and how intensely you will be exerting yourself, and finally the colour of your urine. The app will then work out how your hydration needs, and will give you the exact amount of water and O.R.S tablets to use prior to and during the activity.

O.R.S is among the world’s first products that contains the standard oral rehydration formula in tablet form. In addition to people who are being active, O.R.S tablets are also used by people travelling long distance and those who are visiting hot climates.

 

O.R.S rehydration come with an app that help you hydrate correctly
O.R.S App launching 29.April 2016

O.R.S Hydration Tablets are now available in UK’s leading airports

O.R.S Hydration Tablets are now available in UK’s leading airports. O.R.S will be available from April 18th at London Heathrow, Manchester Airport, Edinburgh Airport and LeedsBradfrord Airport. Clinova’s O.R.S soluble tablets are one of the worlds first tablet forms of the standard oral rehydration salts formula. The tablets contain a combination of glucose, salts and electrolyte’s and to help to replenish the body of water and salts that have been deleted due to dehydration. O.R.S soluble tablets are designed for a variety of users including people who travel long distance, professional and recreational athletes, and visitors to hot/tropical countries.

O.R.S Hydration Tablets are pleased to be working with Wiggle

O.R.S Hydration Tablets are pleased to be working with Wiggle; an online retailer of triathlon products. Wiggle are currently offering their customers an exclusive O.R.S Hydration trial pack to allow users to try out all 3 flavours (lemon, blackcurrant and strawberry) and comes with a free O.R.S sports bottle too for just £10.99 (RRP: £23.96).

Buy yours now (whilst stocks last) at http://www.wiggle.co.uk/ors-hydration-tablets-wiggle-exclusive-offer-pack/

Check out O.R.S Hydration Tablets’ guide on how to stay hydrated whilst cycling, running and swimming –http://guides.wiggle.co.uk/ors-hydration-guide-how-hydrate-cycling-running-and-swimming-events

 

Testimonials from Wiggle Staff on O.R.S. products

Tim Wiggins (Team Wiggle Cyclist): “The O.R.S Hydration tablets are some of the nicest isotonic tablets that I’ve used. They have a really smooth ‘texture’ and don’t feel acidic or fizzy, like some other brands. They have also, importantly, proven to reduce the chances of cramp and reduce fatigue during hot events”

Read more about hydration for cyclists with ORS.